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The Bizarro Fiction Movement, Interview With Carlton Mellick III

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Default The Bizarro Fiction Movement, Interview With Carlton Mellick III

It's hard to decide if this would be better in the "Fiction" catagory.

Have any of you heard of Bizarro Fiction? Carlton Mellick II is the founding father. The movement is based in Portland, Oregon. Those of you with a surreal and different bent to your fiction need to read this. It's about a whole different genre. I discovered it when Amazon started recommending their books.
Carlton gives a lot of good advice to writers about being successful. We all need to pay attention. I hate to post this as a link, but I don't know if I can get it to transfer otherwise. Anyway here goes. You guys are the first to see this I just finished the day before yesterday.

He's a wild guy.

Here's the link. There are several different publishers involved, but Carlton is like the Benjamin Franklin of the movement. I'm proud of this interview. Normally Jason Whittle does our interviews. This is my first one.

Ghastly Door Interview With Carlton Mellick III


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